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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby René » 30 January 2013, 15:42

Josiemonster wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Josiemonster wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Josiemonster wrote:
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Josiemonster wrote:Do they prescribe medical marijuana in the UK? I didn't think they did but I'm second guessing myself now...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_ca ... ed_Kingdom

Awesome! I may have to look into getting some.. ;)

Awesome? It's not legally available. You can't get a prescription for it.

Obviously I didn't read the article properly. Eh. Must have misunderstood 'Under UK law, certain cannabinoids are permitted medically'
My bad.

That means the individual cannabinoids found in cannabis, likely in pharmaceuticalised form (e.g., Marinol®).

it all makes sense now. Yeah, I hadn't read it properly. Thanks for clarifying!

Sad, isn't it? It's so harmless.

It's one of the things we look forward to whenever we go back to my home country where it's legally sold in every city.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby Josiemonster » 30 January 2013, 15:55

René wrote:
Josiemonster wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Josiemonster wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Josiemonster wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Josiemonster wrote:Do they prescribe medical marijuana in the UK? I didn't think they did but I'm second guessing myself now...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_ca ... ed_Kingdom

Awesome! I may have to look into getting some.. ;)

Awesome? It's not legally available. You can't get a prescription for it.

Obviously I didn't read the article properly. Eh. Must have misunderstood 'Under UK law, certain cannabinoids are permitted medically'
My bad.

That means the individual cannabinoids found in cannabis, likely in pharmaceuticalised form (e.g., Marinol®).

it all makes sense now. Yeah, I hadn't read it properly. Thanks for clarifying!

Sad, isn't it? It's so harmless.

It's one of the things we look forward to whenever we go back to my home country where it's legally sold in every city.



I dunno, I've never tried it. I'm not sure I'd get on with it due to a pre-existing mental illness. but it's supposed to wok miracles for fibromyalgia. My brother's a big fan. :shrug:
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby René » 30 January 2013, 16:10

Josiemonster wrote:
René wrote:
Josiemonster wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Josiemonster wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Josiemonster wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Josiemonster wrote:Do they prescribe medical marijuana in the UK? I didn't think they did but I'm second guessing myself now...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_ca ... ed_Kingdom

Awesome! I may have to look into getting some.. ;)

Awesome? It's not legally available. You can't get a prescription for it.

Obviously I didn't read the article properly. Eh. Must have misunderstood 'Under UK law, certain cannabinoids are permitted medically'
My bad.

That means the individual cannabinoids found in cannabis, likely in pharmaceuticalised form (e.g., Marinol®).

it all makes sense now. Yeah, I hadn't read it properly. Thanks for clarifying!

Sad, isn't it? It's so harmless.

It's one of the things we look forward to whenever we go back to my home country where it's legally sold in every city.

I dunno, I've never tried it. I'm not sure I'd get on with it due to a pre-existing mental illness. but it's supposed to wok miracles for fibromyalgia. My brother's a big fan. :shrug:

What's your pre-existing mental illness?
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby Brenden » 30 January 2013, 16:15

Cannabis' impact on mental illness is a bit exaggerated in the propaganda media. Not saying it doesn't impact some mental illnesses and human psychology, but not to the massive extent it's been portrayed as. In some cases with some mental illnesses it can actually help.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby Josiemonster » 30 January 2013, 16:23

Bipolar. and Borderline Personality Disorder. I tend to get rapid cycling and paranoia anyway without the addition of mind-altering drugs!

I understand that the extent of the affect might not be as huge as people say but I don't really want to risk it. I have a delicate constitution and doctors are always surprised at how violently i react to medications.
Don't want to be a quivering mess in the corner, y'know? ;)
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby Milo » 31 January 2013, 17:10

Its always the same but... ganja
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby niko123 » 2 February 2013, 11:14

Marinol is complete bullshit. It isn't anywhere as near effective as cannabis and it only has been permitted so that the pharmaceutical companies can market it and profit off of it. That's why the gov't doesn't want to legalize all cannabis because there isn't any money to be made off of non-pill pot.

OT: Currently on nothing due to needing to keep my system clear from pot because I'm on the job market. Can't risk failing a drug test. But I did try cocaine last weekend. Not worth the money at all.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby Korey » 2 February 2013, 23:14

After mowing the grass yesterday (in February! wtf? :madred: ), my nose started running and I started sneezing. It would not stop no matter what I took - loratadine, cetirizine, diphenhydramine, and fexofenadine. You're probably not supposed to mix those, but nothing bad happened and I wanted to stop sneezing. It didn't even help all that much, either. I think the diphenhydramine eventually made me fall asleep which is what gave my nasal passages time to calm their tits.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby darwin » 3 February 2013, 00:05

St. John's Wort (highly suggested to just about anyone, talk to your doctor if you're on prescriptions though)
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby Lucas » 3 February 2013, 00:27

WOAHHH

WOAHHH



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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby niko123 » 3 February 2013, 10:59

darwin wrote:St. John's Wort (highly suggested to just about anyone, talk to your doctor if you're on prescriptions though)

Maybe if you don't typically take anything else...otherwise St. John's Wort counter-interacts with nearly every class of drugs. Setting yourself up for some major issues if you take certain opioids, stimulants, psychedelics, anti-depressants, benzos, etc etc and St. John's Wort at the same time (or within a certain timeframe). We're talking serotonin syndrome here, kiddies. Not a good idea!
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby Brenden » 3 February 2013, 11:07

niko123 wrote:
darwin wrote:St. John's Wort (highly suggested to just about anyone, talk to your doctor if you're on prescriptions though)

Maybe if you don't typically take anything else...otherwise St. John's Wort counter-interacts with nearly every class of drugs. Setting yourself up for some major issues if you take certain opioids, stimulants, psychedelics, anti-depressants, benzos, etc etc and St. John's Wort at the same time (or within a certain timeframe). We're talking serotonin syndrome here, kiddies. Not a good idea!

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If you want a herbal antidepressant, try rhodiola rosea.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby Milo » 4 February 2013, 19:33

Wax :keke:
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby Brenden » 5 February 2013, 00:29

Milo wrote:Wax :keke:

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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby hnngh » 5 February 2013, 00:31

Brenden wrote:Cannabis' impact on mental illness is a bit exaggerated in the propaganda media. Not saying it doesn't impact some mental illnesses and human psychology, but not to the massive extent it's been portrayed as. In some cases with some mental illnesses it can actually help.


You would be surprised at what marijuana is capable of doing to the human psyche. It's effects are very, very diverse.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby niko123 » 10 February 2013, 10:12

The last 30 hours have been fucked.
-~75mg MXE last night with 1mg alprazolam at midnight to help with anxiety/the comedown.
-A potent pot cookie around 3am this morning.
-200mg caffeine + tea throughout today to help with the massive sedation I got from the after effects of the cookie.
Finally sober right now. Feels awesome.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby Josiemonster » 10 February 2013, 11:59

Alprazolam sounds like a magic word. Or a pokemon.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby Milo » 10 February 2013, 17:08

110% Sober :(
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby DoctorRoo » 11 February 2013, 00:59

High on life.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby Brenden » 16 February 2013, 14:30

6-APB, a legal analogue of MDMA.
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